What are the sources of stem cells and how do they differ?
And, how do you know what you’re getting?
Plus, does stem cell therapy work?
These are common questions many people have about stem cell therapy.
Dan Schmidt and Dr. Steven Warren from Intermountain Stem Cells joined Midday to provide answers.
Stem Cell Therapy, particularly in the joints is being used more and more as an alternative to some surgeries. Stem cells help promote new natural growth of cartilage, ligament, tendons and soft tissue.
There are different sources of stem cells:
- Embryonic (not used in the U.S. and many other countries due to moral and ethical reasons
- Umbilical cord (the most abundant and robust stem cell from live health births, c-sections only)
- Umbilical cord blood
- Amniotic/placental tissue
- Adult stem cell
- Bone marrow
Stem cells are not all the same and delivered at the same qualities. Intermountain Stem Cell believes the best and most viable source of stem cell is umbilical cord MSC (Mesenchymal Stem Cells).
Intermountain Stem Cells say they’ve had significant patient outcomes and success in reducing pain and increasing functionality.
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